24 January 2006


askSam, the database publisher, has just announced the availability of the US Copyright Law as a searchable databases available for free. You can browse and search online or download it and search it on your own computer (which gives you more options).

The following resources are also available in the same format. This is quite an impressive list--all for free. BTW. askSam is the database I use. It is extremely powerful, fast, and easy to use. Its main benefit is that you don't need to predefine field lengths. Look at it while you're there.

Legislative: Sarbanes-Oxley Act, Base II Standards, Digital Millennium Copyright Act, HIPA Act, Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Act of 2004, Patriot Act.

Other: Area Codes, Medical Billing Codes (online only).

Government Reports: 9/11 Commission, US Budget for 2006.

Legal and Judicial: Confirmation Hearings and Opinions or Judges Alito and Roberts.

Literature: Leonardo Da Vinci’s Notebooks, MacBeth, Hamlet, Romeo and Juliet, Julius Caesar, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, A Christmas Carol, and The Bible (King James Version)
Political: 2005 Presidential State of the Union Address, President Bush’s Agenda for America (with or without pictures), Selected Speeches from the Republican and Democratic national conventions, The Kerry-Edwards platform (with and without pictures), All the Bush-Kerry Presidential Debates, and the Cheney-Edwards Vice-Presidential Debate.

URL: http://www.asksam.com/ebooks/Copyright/

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